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You’ve probably heard of this beneficial fatty acid as a miracle substance that does wonders for your brain and body. The amazing thing is that all the good press it receives is not fake news!
If you’re curious about what omega-3s like ALA, EPA, ETA, and DHA do, you can learn about 15 of its most wonderful benefits right below!
But remember — your body doesn’t produce omega-3s on its own, so you’ll want to consume it in form of oily fish, algae, krill, and even supplements to see all these crazy health benefits:
1. Reduced signs of aging
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) are types of omega-3 that play in an important role in maintaining healthy skin. Skin cell membranes rely on DHA for structure and on EPA for hydration and appearance. If you head out to the beach every time the sun is bright and shining, then you should thank omega-3s for protecting your skin against the production of natural substances that gnaw away at collagen.